Saturday, 14 February 2009

British Irony

A number of my American friends are still somewhat baffled by this concept of Irony and the British sense of humour (with a ‘u’). How about this:

Today is February 14th - Valentine’s Day. Whooopeee.!

In the UK it is also National Erectile Dysfunction Day. (True).

Now THAT is British irony at work!


Reading Glasses by Daniel Cullen said...

Hi Ray - gotta love irony, doubtless we can at least keep a stiff upper lip.

stevedouglas said...

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